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Printed letters, June 18, 2013

By Staff

As with much of what he writes, Rick Wagner is simply wrong on the facts in his latest column on the Avalon Theatre. The Grand Ole Opry was not torn down. Indeed, it was saved by a concerted community effort and private enterprise and is now ...


Email letters, June 17,  2013

By Staff

Butler’s word was his bond While we were away, my husband Bob and I received the news that our friend Harry Butler had departed from this life. Harry and I’ve known each other for 55 years. Bob recalls their friendship through ...


Printed letters, June 16, 2013

By Staff

As I watched the June 5 City Council meeting, I couldn’t help but be amused — and appalled — at the childish behavior of some of the advocates for the Avalon project when it seemed they weren’t getting their way. The ...


Email letters, June 14,  2013

By Staff

Exactly who will be coming to the Avalon? Letter writer Paula Struckman states the Avalon project “is not just a business investment but also an investment in a quality of life that cannot be measured in dollars and ...


Printed letters, June 14, 2013

By Staff

If you own property of any kind on Orchard Mesa, hold on to your hat. The relatively new federal bureaucracy known as the 521 Drainage Authority has taken it upon itself to commission a report by an independent water-engineering firm to ...


Email letters, June 13,  2013

By Staff

Butler’s replacement on council should emulate his sterling traits I hope that the city can find a person as honest and trustworthy as Harry Butler to replace him on the city council.  It might take some searching.  Perhaps ...


Printed letters, June 13, 2013

By Staff

The fundamental issue with the Avalon is not its value as a performing arts center but its financial viability and thus who should pay for it. Government at its core should focus on building an infrastructure that benefits ...


Email letters, June 12,  2013

By Staff

Hiker urges BLM to preserve wild beauty of King’s Canyon I moved back to the Grand Valley last year, partially due to the accessibility of nearby public lands. I recently joined a small group for a hike on BLM land along the rim of ...


Printed letters, June 12, 2013

By Staff

In his May 30 column, Josh Penry called Glen Canyon Dam “indispensable.” A more appropriate term is “obsolete.” A recent study by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation found that rising water demand and declining flows have ...


Email letters, June 11,  2013

By Staff

Orchard Mesa property owners may benefit from review of floodplain study If you own property of any kind on Orchard Mesa, hold on to your hat. The relatively new federal bureaucracy known as the 521 Drainage Authority has taken it upon itself ...


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